• Spirits of Our Time

    Rande Cook

    $300.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition of 200


  • Raven & Killerwhale Engagement Set

    Carmen Goertzen

    $2,600.00 CAD

    18K White Gold, Engraved
    35 point Emerald
    Width: 3/8″
    Size: 5

  • Salmon Sculpture

    Chester (Chaz) Patrick

    $980.00 CAD

    Exclusive to Coastal Peoples Fine Arts Gallery

    Glass; etched and sandblasted (Glass thickness 12mm)

  • Killerwhale Ring

    Alvin Adkins

    $270.00 CAD

    Sterling silver, Engraved
    Width: 3/8″
    Size: 13.25



  • Killerwhale Cufflinks

    Philip Janze

    $270.00 CAD

    Sterling silver, 14K Yellow Gold, Cast

  • Sun of Hummingbirds


    $250.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition of 100




    “This rectangular Coast Salish design depicts the sun flanked by four hummingbirds. The round split u-forms at the ends of the design suggest red flower petals. Rufous Hummingbirds, a species of hummingbird that migrates to Coast Salish territory in the spring, are drawn to red colours, sometimes mistaking anything red for flowers from which they can feed on nectar. As a contemporary Coast Salish artist, I have always been fascinated by hummingbirds because of their beautiful appearance, small size, and unique way of flying. Whenever I hEAR hummingbirds swooping down around wooded areas, I am reminded that spring and warm weather have arrived.”


  • Equinox

    Andy Everson

    $250.00 CAD

    Giclee, Edition of 50



  • 6. Volcano Woman Sculpture

    Christian White

    $13,000.00 CAD

    Bronze Cast, Marble base

    Edition of 12

    9.5 x 8 x 5″

    Volcano Woman is perhaps one of the oldest and most revered legends which tells of a mortal”s fate if he/she does not treat sacred objects or creatures with respect. In defense of her beloved wild creatures, she controls the powerful volcanoes. Stories tell of how the killing of a frog leads the Volcano woman to destroy an entire village.

    Volcano Woman is a supernatural, powerful person in First Nations mythology. She had a son who, like his mother, had supernatural abilities. He often liked to change from his Human form to that of a Frog (Wukus).

    Years ago, a Prince and his two friends went fishing. Hungry, they lay their food on leaves. The Wukus (Frog), being mischievous, jumped on their food. Twice the young Prince threw the Frog into the shrubs but on the third time they threw the frog into the fire and killed the innocent creature.

    A few nights later, a woman could be heard crying and wailing. “Who has done this, come forward and I will spare your village.” This warning went unheeded for some time until finally a Woman of the Elders went to the village outskirts to see her. Volcano Woman instructed the Woman of the Elders to send forth the three young men and she would spare the village from volcanic destruction. The Woman of the Elders begging for the sake of the Village told of Volcano Woman”s ultimatum – but this warning went unheeded.

    On the final night of the village’s existence, Volcano Woman was heard saying, “I asked for those responsible to take heed and now you will know my vengeance.” The Village shook, a Volcano erupted, destroying the village and all who lived there.

  • River Bound [Framed]

    Susan Point

    $3,400.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition of 20



  • Pacific Spirit, State II

    Susan Point

    $875.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition of 80



  • Pacific Spirit, State I

    Susan Point

    $875.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition of 80



  • Eagle Earrings

    Harold Alfred

    $100.00 CAD

    Sterling silver, Engraved
    Cut-Out Design

  • Haida Eagle Pole

    Geoff Greene

    $2,750.00 CAD

    Exclusive to Coastal Peoples Fine Arts Gallery

    Glass, etched and sandblasted, 20K Gold Leaf

    Stainless steel or Maple wood base available

    Edition of 57

    28.5 x 18.5 x 7″ (including base), Glass thickness 12mm


    Geoff Greene’s Haida Eagle Totem pays tribute to an important symbol and crest figure to the Haida nation. Created in the contemporary medium of glass, the Haida Eagle Totem celebrates traditional design within a luminous setting that speaks to the evolution of the classic Haida form.

    The Eagle is respected for its intelligence and power as well as its vision both figurative and literal; it claims both honor and a high stature. The Eagle Clan is traditionally the most prominent family and the Eagle Chief the most powerful chief. Although revered as a powerful hunter, the Eagle’s feathers are considered sacred. Traditionally, Shamans believed that Eagle feathers possessed healing powers and thus used them in various ceremonial and ritual contexts; today these feathers are still strewn to welcome an honored guest.

    Geoff Greene’s beautifully etched and sandblasted Haida Eagle Totem employs the magnificent translucent nature of glass in its finish along with the accent of gold leaf to provide additional depth and interest within this unique work. Masterly created, this piece blends ancient animal symbolism within a stylized contemporary form and demonstrates how many artists are setting themselves apart through their unique concepts.

  • Eagle Spirit

    Terry Starr

    $140.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition of 110


    This is Terry Starr’s depiction of the birth of the Eagle Clan. This circular image contains the young, unborn eagle, still in the egg. Eagle spirits are associated with lofty ideals and the pursuit of freedom.

    In many regions, Eagle clan families are the traditionally the most prominent, and Eagle chiefs the most powerful. Eagle is one of the four main crest among the Tsimshian people.

  • Baah-Booq

    Art Thompson

    $900.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition of 100




    This serigraph was produced in recognition of the fact that Art is an artist. One of the names that he has had is “Thlo-kee-tupp” which means Thunderbird. The Thunderbird is presented here with an adze making a wolf.

  • Tranquility

    Andy Everson

    $200.00 CAD

    Giclee, Edition of 50



  • Eagle Paddle

    Mark Preston

    $180.00 CAD

    Giclee, Edition of 125



  • Gwis Gwaask’m Laxha

    Corey Moraes

    $120.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition of 75




  • Interconnections

    Andy Everson

    $200.00 CAD

    Giclee, Edition of 99



  • The Black Canoe: Bill Reid and the Spirit of Haida Gwaii

    Robert Bringhurst and Ulli Steltzer

    $39.95 CAD

    Ulli Steltzer’s photographs, taken over five years, record the genesis and development of the Black Canoe and of each creature within it. The images offer insight into the sculpture’s final form and reveals many aspects of the work otherwise lost forever to view.

    Published in 1995


  • Northwest Coast Indian Art: An Analysis of Form

    Bill Holm

    $34.95 CAD

    An important contribution to the fields of art and anthropology, Holm’s work is a genuinely analytical study of the basic elements of form which characterizes a particular aboriginal art style.

    Published: 50th Anniversary Edition, 2015


  • Native American Art

    Peter Bolz and Hans-Ulrich Sanner

    $55.00 CAD

    The Collections of the Ethnological Museum Berlin.

    The North American collection in the Ethnologisches Museum Berlin ranks among the most important in Europe. Different Native American cultures of the United States and Canada are represented here as well as the peoples of the Arctic.

    Published in 1999


  • Bella Bella: A Season of Heiltsuk Art

    Martha Black

    $45.00 CAD

    This seminal work focuses on Canada’s premier collection of Heiltsuk art, the R.W. Large Collection in the Royal Ontario Museum, illuminating its early twentieth-century origins and the continuity and power of Heiltsuk cultural expression.

    Published in 1997


  • Argillite: Art of the Haida

    Leslie Drew and Robert Wilson

    $40.00 CAD

    Some of the last copies of this book are available at our gallery as it is no longer being published.

    Drew and Wilson outline the history of the Haida in relation to argillite carving.

    In a key chapter, “A World Apart”, the reader is led through a tangle of Haida beliefs and legends seen through the artist’s mind as he sought to express the world around him.

    The technical aspects of argillite – its nature, how it was quarried, the relationship of the carver to his material, clues to a carver’s identity through his carving style, the transformation of argillite art with the coming of the [Europeans], and its resurgence alongside contemporary art are detailed.

    Argillite is study that will appeal to collectors, students of [First Nations] art and culture, and anyone interested in recapturing the formidable and legendary consciousness of this ancient people.

    Published in 1980


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